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Arizona Carbon E-Z Fletch Mini

   

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2.25"

Right Helical

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  • $49.99

  • SKU: 1690085

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The Arizona Carbon E-Z Fletch&trade Mini lets you fletch Blazer®, Fusion®, and other short vanes or feathers up to 2-1/4'' with maximum helical for more accurate arrow flight.
Manufacturer model #: CM1.

  • Fletch Blazer®, Fusion®, or other short vanes or feathers up to 2-1/4''
  • Maximum helical for more accurate arrow flight
Arizona Carbon E-Z Fletch Mini 4.7 5 27 27
Fletching Must This mini-fletcher is excellent. I bought one of the original Arizona Fletchesr and have used it for years without a problem. A little more cumbersome than the mini for the Blazer and other small vanes. Thats what makes the mini so great. It is the "bucks snort" to Blazer vanes and carbon arrows. A must for anyone building their own arrows or simply needing a quick field fix. August 13, 2014
E-Z to Use E-Z fletch Mini / Right Helical / Carbon Arrow Shafts, Fast (12 arrows in less than a hour), I use Fletch-Tite adhesive, Cleans up nicely with acetone, Small and portable, Replacable / Interchangable Arms. I've used an Arizona E-Z Fletch for aluminum arrows for over 15 years now. I needed a fletching jig for carbon shafts, and that's why I bought the Arizona E-Z Fletch Mini. July 17, 2014
Amazing! This is one of the easiest fletching systems that I have ever seen. It puts a really nice helical on the fletches that make the arrow fly straighter than ever. Tighter groups and I have no issues with hitting my rest at all. Some have said that is an issue and I don't see it. January 20, 2014
works pretty good for the price This was real easy to use. You just have to make sure that you get the fletching on the arrow shaft straight. Made my shot groups within 2 inches out to 40 yards. October 21, 2013
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I have this and it works great. The actual degree of helical, I don't know. The company'e website simply says the maximum helical. I can tell you that it does provide for a nice tight grouping.
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It depends on the fletcher you buy, but the most is about 10 degrees. I bought the right hand helical and it puts about that on the arrows.
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A helical or twist on the vanes, means the vanes are not straight on the shaft. The vanes will give the arrow more spin and stability. They will also make your shots more consistant.
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it puts a twist on the vanes making them spin the arrow quicker, kinda like a corkscrew but not that exagerated, it twists them from back to front to the right
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helical is the twisted look the vane has on the arrow, much like the stripes on a barber pole. They twist around the arrow slightly so if you spin the arrow in your hand, the vanes would appear to wrap around the arrow. This twist helps spin the arrow quicker and faster in flight, lending more stability to the arrow, which should produce better, more accurate flight.
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helical fletch causes the arrow to spin like a well-thrown football. This moderates any attempt by the broadhead to steer the arrow.

helical twist on the fletching for maximum stability
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